1. Barnaby Fitzgerald Painting: "Eve" A reconstruction of a medieval spanish retable panel"

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    Join Barnaby Fitzgerald this fun effort to paint a panel as was customary in Spain around 1480. Under the auspices of Medieval Studies and the Meadows Museum at SMU, in connection with the Ciuedad panel retable exhibition Spring 2008.

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    • Diego Velázquez: The Early Court Portraits

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      Excerpted from a forthcoming documentary exploring the unique and fruitful partnership of the Meadows Museum and the Museo Nacional del Prado, this video focuses on the third exhibition of the project, "Diego Velázquez: The Early Court Portraits," on view September 16, 2012 - January 13, 2013 at the Meadows Museum.

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      • Impressions of Europe: Nineteenth Century Vistas by Martín Rico

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        The first-ever retrospective on one of Spain's most beloved landscape painters, Martín Rico y Ortega (1833-1908), makes its only American appearance at the Meadows Museum. Co-organized by the Prado, it presents more than 100 works of art from public and private collections, illustrating his trajectory through rugged terrains, bustling European capitals, azure coasts and serene Venetian waterways.

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        • International Symposium: Curating Goya

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          In the words of one recent author, Francisco Goya (1746-1828) is enjoying a “pop-culture moment.” Two large-scale exhibitions devoted to him opened this fall at the Meadows Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and three more will open in Europe next year. With an oeuvre encompassing some 1,800 works, from commissioned portraits to dreamlike fantasies, Goya never ceases to intrigue and surprise viewers. At the same time, his vast and varied output presents particular challenges for its interpretation and display. In a public symposium, curators of recent and upcoming shows on Goya will discuss how different approaches to exhibiting Goya’s work invite new paths for understanding his art. Opening Remarks: Mark A. Roglán, The Linda P. and William A. Custard Director of the Meadows Museum and Centennial Chair in the Meadows School of the Arts, SMU Richard R. Brettell, Ph.D., Founding Director, The Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History and the Margaret McDermott Distinguished Chair, UT Dallas Introduction: Alexandra Letvin, Meadows/Kress/Prado Curatorial Fellow, Meadows Museum Presentations: Frederick Ilchman, Chair, Art of Europe, and Mrs. Russell W. Baker Curator of Paintings, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston "A ‘Reshuffled Retrospective’ in Boston" Xavier Bray, Arturo and Holly Melosi Chief Curator, Dulwich Picture Gallery, London "Goya’s Portraits: An Exhibition in the Making" Juliet Wilson-Bareau, Independent Scholar, London "Goya: A 'Universal Language' in all its Themes and Variations" Janis Tomlinson, Director, University Museums, University of Delaware "Goya in Perspective: Exhibitions 1974-2008"

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          • Interview with Matt Albert

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            The [Untitled] Festival interviews Matt Albert, former violinist of the Grammy-Award winning ensemble eighth blackbird, current director of chamber music and SYZYGY at Southern Methodist University, and featured performer on the March 28, 2013 concert of Dallas's [Untitled] Festival. Matt shares his thoughts on how he became interested in contemporary chamber music and what he thinks of the contemporary music scene in Dallas.

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            • Larry Scholder recalls his moment when he landed in Dallas for the first time

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              Art After X interviewed many artists who are not native Texans but have lived in Dallas for decades. Larry Scholder, a Brooklynite, recalls the very moment that he arrived in Dallas for his job interview at Southern Methodist University. Part of the myth about Texas turned out to be false. But what awaited him at the interview was beyond his imagination.

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              • Meadows Museum 50th Anniversary Short

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                A brief glimpse at our history, with some plans for the future.

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                • 60 Second Program Notes: John Luther Adams, The Farthest Place

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                  Program notes in 60 seconds for John Luther Adams's "The Farthest Place" by The [Untitled] Festival's Director, James Ryan Jillson. "The Farthest" will be performed at our concert on March 28, 2013 at the Meadows Museum at SMU. For more information regarding The [Untitled] Festival, please visit http://theuntitledfestival.wordpress.com or facebook.com/theuntitledfestival

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                  • Signing of Prado Agreement Renewal

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                    In 2012 our partnership agreement with the Museo Nacional del Prado was both renewed and expanded; a signing ceremony took place in Madrid on October 10, 2012.

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                    • SMU Meadows Student Tour of the Meadows Museum

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                      Art History major Miranda Dunn takes us on a tour of the Meadows Museum from the perspective of an art history student.

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